The performance data for the first four races of 2012 reveals F1 teams are even closer than they were in 2010.
The teams begin three days of testing at Mugello tomorrow. It’s home ground for Ferrari and they have a lot of work to do to get on the front runners’ pace.
Sauber have confirmed a new sponsorship deal with English Premier League football club Chelsea.
In the round-up: Nico Rosberg says F1 races have not become too much of a lottery in 2012 due to the tyres.
“If you’re not winning …you’re not trying”, the insightful documentary on Lotus’s 1973 world championship campaign, has been re-released on DVD.
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In the round-up: Jenson Button to do a demo run for McLaren in Hungary next week.
This week’s Caption Competition involves the two Ferrari drivers.
In the round-up: New video from the Bahrain Grand Prix shows Romain Grosjean was instructed to let Kimi Raikkonen past for second place.
Nico Rosberg was emphatically voted Driver of the Weekend for the Chinese Grand Prix after scoring his first F1 pole position and win.
F1 should fix its flawed tyre rules instead of making knee-jerk changes to Pirelli’s tyres – which are giving us great races.
In the round-up: Jenson Button says McLaren won’t have “massive updates” for the Mugello test.
Should Lotus have used team orders to help Kimi Raikkonen pass Romain Grosjean in Bahrain?
The Chinese Grand Prix was rated the fifth-best race since the beginning of 2008 by F1 Fanatic readers.
In the round-up: Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne says he is not in a “fight” with team mate Daniel Ricciardo for a Red Bull seat in 2013.
The FIA has tested a front-mounted roll hoop in an effort to improve safety in single-seater racing cars.
HRT have announced they will not participate in the three-day test at Mugello next week.
F1 gave the Bahrain regime a propaganda victory from the moment they arrived until they left the circuit, passing banners bearing the legend “UniF1ed – we did it!”
The 1982 San Marino Grand Prix, 30 years ago today, began with a political row and ended with a bitter feud between team mates – which had tragic consequences.
In the round-up: Bernie Ecclestone says financial terms have been agreed for the French Grand Prix to return to the F1 calendar.